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From Grahan's Aagainc for Julk.
THE WANING MQON.
r- WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT.
I've watched too late; the morn is near,
One look at God's broad, silent sky'
Oh, hopes and wishes vainly dear,
How in your very strength ye die!
Even while your glow is on the cheek,
And scarce the high pursuit begun,
The heart grows faint, the hand grows weak,
The task of lira is left undone.
See, where, upon the horizon's brim.
Lies the still cloud in gloomy bars,
The ianing mnoon, all pale and dim,
Goes up amid the eternal stars.
Late, in a flood of tender light,
She floated throngh the etherial blue,
A softer sun, that shone all night,
Upon the gathering beads of dew.
And still thou wanest pallid moon!
The encroaching shadow grows apace
Heaven's everlasting watchers soon,
Shall see the blotted from thy place.
Oh, Night's dethroned and crown ess queen!
Well may thy sad. expiring ray,
Be shed'on*those whose eyes have seen
HopeIs glorious visions fade away.
Siire then on forms that once were brighr,
For sages in th.- mind's eclipse,
For those whose words were spells ofmiglit,
Butfalter now on stammering lips.
In thy decaying beam there lies
Full many a grave on hill and plain,
Of those who closed their dying eyes,
-In grief that they had lived in vain.
Another night, and then among
The siheres of heaven shall cease to shine,
All rayless in the glittering throrg
Whose lustre late was quenched in thine.
Yet soon a new and tender light
From out thyldarkened orb shall beam,
And broaddn till it shine all night
On glistening dew and glimmering stream.
THE MADEN'S PRAYER.
She rose from her delicious sleep.
And put -way her soft brown hair,
-And in a tone as low as deep,
:sklove's first whisper,breathed a prayer.
C r i4now'white hands together pressed,
. Her blue eyes sheltered in the lid,
The folded linen on her breast,
'-Justswelling with the.charms it-hid;
Ad from her long and flowing dress,
Escaped a bare and snowy foot,
Whose steps upon the earth did press,
Like a new snow flake white and mute ;
And then from slumbers soft and wvarm,
-Like a young jspirit fresh from heaven,
She bowed that slight and matchless form,
And humbly prayed to be forgiven.
* (1 God, if souls umnso'dsd as thee,
* Need daily mercy from 4hy throne ;
ifshe upon her beaded knees,
* Our holiest and our purest one ;
She with a lace so clear and bright,
* .We deem her some stray child of Ighit;
If she with those soft eyes in tears,
Day after day, in her young years.
Must kneel and pray for grace from thee,
What far, far deeper need have we !
. How hardly, if she win not heaven,
- ilorwild errors beforgiven
A Goat Figt wcith Maidens.-T he Cin
cinnati Commercial of the 23d inst says:
-'Au old goat fought with twvo country
girls in an alley near Race street and
-JFifth, yesterday morning. The girls stood
up to. their adversary ais often as they
could, the old fellow butting thorn ever as
fasts they recovered after a fall. The
*girls were spunky and so was the goat,
-and it was sometime before either party
conquered. The goat had the best of i,
froms the fact that the girls had trespassed
upon' his tramping ground :we could not
but think, when the 'animal gave them a
fall, with his hard head pressing them,
at "bustles" might have been worn wit h
benefit on the occasion. We are acquain
-~- ~-.. ted with a~ number who would have been
goat 'proof, or-as safe froms harti: as the
soldiers of old, clad in a- coat of mail
SA Dangerous Navy.-Tt is reported that
-..,,4. ;'>the:Mexican government will hide their
-two vessels of war as 'sooni as war is de
?- clared against us.
GA Hard Name.-The Church of Llan
golteii, M ales, is said to be dedicated
-to St Gollen-apGwynmawg-ap Clyn
ap-Ll n .Merim-ap-.einioan-ap-.Conneda
Wledmg, a name that .cast .that of the
'Mary, dear, I must pay the Printer his
bill; get me a $10 bill, and Ill send it to
him before I forget it again, as the good:
printer ought to he paid, and not cheated
as they are.' 'That's a good man,' said the
* ~ wife, handing him the money, 'nowI love
Nonap rate.Some mischievous
wagi oeelil t pulled down a turner's
sign~~d pt t over a lawyer's door ;. in
?he'i ng'ti tiad 'All sorts of t wisting
and turning done hare
-TAe. iJ4 ce- .T pLondon people
pay ta peniy foibeings shaved, and six
pence for a newspaper, but in this con
try they pay-a sizpence foir being shaved,
anA a nenny for the, bht enwpa.r
From the St. Louis Republican.
RETURN OF COL. KEARNY.
Col. Kearny of the 1st Regiment ol
Dragoons returned to this city on the 30th
inst., accompanied bq some officers of his
Staf, and some citiiens who were with
him during his late exjedition to the Rocky
As wye have before stated, Col. Kerny
left Fort Leavenworth on the 18th May.
with five companies of his Regiment. We
now learn, that they marched to the Platte
-up that river-(passing Fort Laramie
which is the Traders' Post at the mouth 1
Laramie)-up the Sweet water, and
marching through the "South Pass" of the
Mountains, they went to the waters of
Green river or the Colorado of the West
which flows to the Pacific ocean, and
which they reached on the 30th June.
From the "South Pass," the Dragoons
returned to Fort Laramie,- on the same
route they had passed out. From there
they marched towards the south, keeping
near the base of the Rocky Mountains, anc
struck the Arkansas about 100 miles fron
Taos and 160 from Santa Fe. They then
marched down the Arkansas-passed
Beat's Fort, another post of the traders
and reached Fort Leavenworth on the
24th August, having marched upwards o
2100 miles in less than 100 days, driving
cattle with them, which they ate, whet
they could not get game. their horses de
pending entirely upon the gross affordet
by the praises.
From Fort Leavenworth to the "South
Pass," the Dragoons followed the Oregor
train, passing all the emigrant,4. who were
getting on very well, and who are stated
to be very numerous this year. From the
point where the Dragoons -truck the Ar
kansas, they marched on the Santa Fe
road, meeting several parties of traders
with many wagons and heavily loaded.
on their way out. -
We also learn that councilq were helk
with the Sioux, Chayennes and other In
dians, who were told by Col. K. that be
had now.opened that road for the white
men, and that their Great Father wouk
not consent that any Indian or Indiana
abould molest the whites, or their property
upon it-that theemigrants to Ore-gun and
the Santa Fe traders must not be diatur
bed, as they were passitg peaceably ant
quietly through the country. He told the
Indians, however, that if they found any
white men bringing any whiskey or liquor
into ther count y, that they should spill il
on the ground, which, it is thought they
This march of the ist Regiment of
Dragoons may prove to Sir X. P-el. anc
to Senor Cueves, that our Yaukee trolip
cau march to Oregon or to Santa Fe,-and
will tell the. Administration, that iitt i de
termined to take niliiary possession of
either, or of both, that all we want is a
regiment or two of regular troops a. a.nu
cleus for our volunteers to form upon, and
thatin.a week after the call for volun
teers are sounded, we will have more men
lifferiftg their services than will be -.eces
sary oriac ep'ed-men willing and pre
pared.to encounter acy difficulty or dan
ger that may be preseuted to them. This
expedition has given to Col. K. a knowl
edge of the country and the made of trav
elltng and subsisung of troops, which,
combined with his acknowledged military
talents, will render his services doubli3
valuable to the government, in the evemit
ofi any movement towards Nesw Mexicu
or Ualifornia being determined up~on.
The Washington Bee has the following
amusing article on the varied applicabile
y of the M~agnetic Telegrapti.
The Telegraph is, beyond question, the
greatest invention or the age ; and fitend
Vail -is alwvays there twrveiledl, ready to
demonstrate its complete practicabihty
and utility ; and yet it excites in our com
munitv less interest, less cutriosiiy, and less
enthusiasm than a stratnge female, with a
beautiful root, and musical voice, has done.
dozens of times, and would dou again.
Some time sitice, while we were watch
ing its operations for half an hour, a gn
teman handed in the fo)llowitg noter
"Mr. Fryer, N.' 2 Gay street, Balit
more :-W hen will my pictures and look
ing-glasses be framed ? R- J-"
In less than ten minutes the follow ing
answer w as returned :
" Mr. R- J-, WVashington: I am at
this moment b.'xing up your pictures, &c.
They will be stiipped befomre night.
The telegraph, it is said, is used, at the
preser't time, for the consummation til
quite an extra ordinary business transac
tion. A gentleman of this city as the
story runs, and a beautiful heiress in Bat
more, whom be Likes bettor than himuself,
not cariug to have thaeir sentiments tum
bled about in thme mail and post uffice,
have substituted one letter of the alpha
bet, as expressed by the telegraph..for an
other- whol-y dilferent from Mrse's
which- is unimtelligible,- not only to the
rest of- the world,bnot to the superintend
ents themselves. T'heir messages. are
handed in at the tvlegrapb office, where
the supertotendent plays the ottoman ovem
them ; and, at the opposite end, he care
fully folds the long stips or paper, otn
which all the various letters have beer
accurately impressed by the telegraptL
machine, and sends them to the party tc
whom they are addresse~d. Thus they
talk to each other any day atad- any hout
of the day, they cboose. The other day,
one of these curious Love letters fell init
"old Papa's" hands, intended for him
daughter. The old man is very hostile tc
the annexation which he has a- suspicior
his daughter is bent on formitng, lie put
on his spectacles and-serutinized the my.
teious- budget. Then he took them off
wiped them and examined it again. I1
was all Greek to. him.
* Jule,"snid he. "what's all this about?'
"That! Pa? 0,- that's only some pa
per from the telegraph office.".
" Yes," he said, "I know its from the
telegraph office, hut what are ,all these
marks upon it ?"
"Those are made yo'n know," she re
plied, "as the paper passes -through the
" They are!" said lie, very significant
ly.. " Well what do they mean ?
" -L a! now, Pa," said she. "you musl
thi:nk I'can rad Chines"...nd she abso.
lutely latighedihe old gentlemn" out of
like know'~gonti u
"I should just like to know I
ned, "what ibis reads; aid iwill step to
the telegraph office, and get thei1io Tans
Do, father," said the dutifuldaughter,
"and please ask them why they send so
much of it to me."
"They send it to you, do they"' said
be. " Yes, yes-I'll enquire.
And be did enquire,.and tried t- vain to
find it out. The secret was a safe as
silver in an iron safe.
This may be the first privati alphabet
which has been devised fur carry g oft a
speculation in secret, but it will not be the
SMUT IN WHEAT;
A gentleman who resides neahe city
of Washinhton, and is engaged infagricul
tural pursuits, has furnished to theeditors
of the National Intelligencer adn iterest
ing communination otn the subjecfof pre
venting smut in wheat, a portion of which
we annex :
I purchased last autumn of one of my
neighbors a portion of my seed whett,
whose crop I afterwards learned had been
injured by that species of smit that is
called uredo falida, dust brand, peppe
brand; the wheat looked cienaaand fine,
.and clear of any foreign mixI Ie. Pre
vious to commencing the see Of this
grain, I had been seeding son.e. anoth
er kind, in which there was a mixture of
garlic; and I had given oiders: to my
seedsman to pass it through a brine strong
enough to bear an egg. to skim off all the
trash-ihat might rise to the isrfice, and
then remuov the grain to a plankl .or and
dry it by stirring it in an air s lime.
When he had commenced see' ,g tbe
wheat that I had bought, findingcti per
fectly clean, and supposing Iatdi AY object
in steeping the other was to get clear of
filti, without consulting me begin to sow
it, witbuut the use of the brine and lime,
and had.strewed about a bushel before i
As soon as I made the discoveryJ had
it treated precisely as the other. When I
came to harvest -my wheat this season,
this circumstance had passed Ay memo
ry, and I was much surprised tound that
in one corner of our field the smut had
destroyed the wheat, while thedrest was
completely exenipt from it, under pretty
much the same circunmstances of soil and
exposure. I should have .ee4iceeding
ly puzzled to have assigned -a ause for
this difference in the crop. haq not been
reminded by my. stedsmi o ti fact of
his having seeded a portionlbf uiecocied
whea! the previous autumn ;nd sitatcd
that it was on the spot wherete il ut ex
isted that he strewed it. It 5 to me
there can be no stronger e lJajeke than
this accideutal circuimistanlcehi. FmiBorded
of the behefit of brining and -lwiing our
seed wheat ; and I'strongly rFtPommeid
the use of the process to my brother far
mers, Yours, respectfully.
C. B. HAMIIJON.
Brutal Murder.-The Chatuilioochee,
published at Lagrange, Ga.. mate 10t
inst. says-From a letter wiitten to a
gentleman in this place by a ,orrespon
dent in Walton county, we learn that
sometime last week, a young woman
ntamed Howell, while citwg alt the sup-*
per table, was shot througir the ixxly by a
mant named More, ana instantly killed.
We know nothing of the circuimstanices
wvhich led to the commission -,f-the hor iid
act. The murderer was imtmedmarely ur
Bloody Affray in Cincinnai On slon
day a eek a prtize Sght was to have "come
off" atear Cincinnati, between tn Eng
listiman and an Irishman, lot $20U a side.
The Times says, a great aittmner ',f the
admirers of the fancy met to enjoy the
sport. ~ In trying to settle the. tern.s and
preliminary arrangemeiits, htan ever. somue
dliflference of opinion occurred, wbich
could not "e settled. The result was a
ueneral fight ensued between two and
three hutndredl men, in which about thirt)
were wrounded, some badly. rTe wea
puns were fiats, clubs, brickbats, and all
those nondescript weapons getierally put
into a lawyer's declaration in a case of
Mtihinister iin Vermont has forbiddeti
any one to play a violin in his church.
He says. however serious h is thoughts
may be, the momet he hears a.iddle. he
goes to thinking how he used to dance!
There are men who make use of their
friends as they do their clothes, which they
leave off' when they have worn them'out.
B. F Hunt, Jr., and Joseph H. Dukhes,
Esqs. have been appointed, by His. Ex
cellency Governor Wright. Con~mission
ers for taiking ackntowledgmtenta of Deeds,
&e. ini South Carolitta for the- Stare of
New York.--Courier, 161h inst.
Curious Slame Case-WVe noticed, some
time time sinc'e, that a female slave of Mr.
Hodgson, of Georgia. had been brought
up on Habeas Corp~ue at Northaimptin.
.4 ass. She decided to stay: with her mas
ter. She now sites those who initerfered
1in her behalf-Mr. Huidson &c.,-for
false imtprisonmet, -layin4.gamages ait
$1.000. Mr. Hudsoni in default of bail is
Somebody has said, ('-somebody" says
a great many pert things) how civil eyes
ed a man looks when -you are paying him
-that little hill ." We ainays think so
"It has hitherto been- maintained that
the curl of. a pig's tail is' mere for orna
ment than use; The.- position is no lon
ger tenable. - klarge sow was seen walk
ing..down Bi-oadway. .yesterday forenoon
with a.piece of tape aittached-. tor the said
curl. aqd suspending 5 card on which was
written 'Paice Doolan's pig Betsy.'"
Potterly is, except- where, there is in
actual want of food, andaraimet,-a thing
much more imaginary, than -real. The
shame of poverty-the .shame of being
thought poor-it-is a great and fatal
weakness, though arrisidg in this country
from-the fashion of the-times thbemselvYes.
B Y viroue U aundr3 % rits ol Fieri Fa
B ciau to me directed, I will proceed to
sell at Edgeteld Cour; House. on the
First Vonday ant Tuesday in October
next, I. e following property to wit:.
Meigs & Colgan and others vs. M. L.
Geariy, the tract of land where the De
fendant lives, containing twenty r-o and
half acres, inore or lees, adjoining lands of
OliverTowles. Admi'r. against Lewis
ElIzey, Dawson Atkinson and Abner
Whatley, the tract of land where Mrs. Ab
ner Whatley now lives, adjoining of lands.
of Dawson Atkinson and others. levied
upon as the property belonging to the es
tate of Ahner Whatley, deceased.
John Hill, Ordinary, for Peter Smith
and others, vs Millage Galphin and.others
defendants, a tract of laud containing one
thousand acres, more or less. adjoining
lands of Samuel Clark, Richard Hankin
son and others, levied upon as the property
of the said Milluge Galphin.
The State. vs Samuel H. Williams, W.
C. Williams and Moody Har is, one brown
bay mare and cult, levied on as the prop
erty of ine defendant Moody Harrit.
Susannah Farrar and others, vs Martha
0. Kimbrell & Henry Goode and wife, one
negro woiant slat.e, by thonam of Mary.
Oliver Simpson vs. Russel Hardin and
Henry Cox, the tract of land where the
Defendait Russel Hardin lives, adjoining
of lands of Stephen Wilson and others.
V. W. Htich, Administrator, vs R R.
Hunter, three hornes, one buggy and one
C. J. Glover and others. vs tli same,
the above deseribed properi).
Joseph N Ba.lry and others. vs Abijah
Abney, the tract of land where the deten
.dant lives, containing five hundred acies,
inure or less, adjuinig- lands of Elizabeth
Carter, Josepi Rubtoly and otisers, also
four mules, one hiorse, aud I road wagon.
Bowte, Barkrr & Bo%% e; Harral, flare
& Co. and oUtrs, vs V% tlham B. Swath
and William W. Griffin, survivors. the
tract of land where tite defendunt W. W.
Griffin-lives, contatuing two hundred acres,
inure or less, adjointng oi lanJs ol R. C.
Griffin, Charles Carter, James Creswell
and others: also five negro slaves, to wit:
Susan, Caroline, Ann, John and Tom,
two horses, one mule, one k agon and one
John Bauskeit, vs John M11. Barronton,
one house arid lot in the town of Aiken,
occupied by JaimesE. Black, bounded on
North, East, South and West, by lands
belonging to B. -\1. Rodgers.
James English vs. Brajaisin Jackpu,
onesiurrel inare and one mule.
Dawson Atkinson vs. Lewis Ellzey,
. 15. Champhu vs. the same, a tract of
land containing one hundred acres niore
or less, adjoiuig lands of Mrs. Mary
lHignioner, Natliatuiel Black and others,.
Henr) i. Cuiuming vs. Martha Prior.
the interest of tire dielendiant in rite follow
ing negro slaves, to wit: Fortune. Ra
chali. Granderson. Diania, Hannah,.Za
doc, Jud), Jane. Alford and 8 san.
John C. Harris and others vs. Thouras
Smith, one sorrel nare, one buggy anud
James R. Foshce, administrator, vs
Eliz;heiii Culberson. a negro man slave
by the nume of Jack.
Kinsler and M. Gregor & Co., vs. Ma
ry F. Goudwyn, one negro mana slave by
the name at Samuel.
Luiher Roll, vs. Charles Lamar; Abra
haim anid Samiuem Maulhws, and others,
vs the samte, three negro slaves, to wit.
Dick, M~artahs and Sally ; one mule and
Termns of sale cash.
H. BOULWA RE. S. E. D.
Sept. 8, 1845. 4t ;33
BY virtue oh suodry wriss ot Fieri Fa
cias to me direced' will proceed to
sell at Edgelield Court House, on the
First Monday anid Tuesday in October,
next, the hollowving property, to-wlt:
Hledley & Street, vs. Oliver Simpsotn;
C. Burekmnyer & Co. and others, vs. the
same, the following Luis in the Town of
Hemniurg, and known in the pilans of the
said Town of Hamburg as Lots No. 311,
3l2, 313. 314, 318, 319. 320 and 353, con
tainiug fifty leet frotit, running back one
hutndred andr fifty feet, on the Street lead.
itng fromt the Bridge ?o Shul'ris Hill.
John T'. Carcer, vs. David Hiardiar. one
mare and colt.
J. G. Thbornto~n, vs. William Hamtilton,
the tract of land where the defendant
lives, constaining one huindred anid eighteen
acres, miore or less, adjoining latnds oh C.
WVeatherimngtons, David W alker and others.
Anthtony,Griflin and others, vs. A. G.
Leek, one negro boy by the name of
-Mlison Deloach for Nancy Oliver, vs
Jesse Shumopert, John Shumptert and
lDaniel Livingston, the- tract of' land where
the defendant John Shumpert lives, con-.
rainmng seven hundred and thirty acres
imore or less, adjoining lands of William
Shumnperi, James hierchamt and others.
Terms~ of' sale cash.
-1H.IBOULWA RE, S. E. D.
Sept. 12, 1845. 4t 34
The ftate of South Carolinia,
Nancy Cairpenter. Apphecnni, urmmns
vs. Johnu sod Owven Carpe-n in Parti
rer, D.efendants. . ion.
BY an order fruin Juohn Hilt, Esquire.,
Oriary of the District aforsaid. I
will proceed to sell at Edgefield Cotirt
House, on the first Monday in October,
the lands belonging to the Estate of Ishan:
Carpenter, deceas~ed, situate in thejDistrict
aforesaid, on Chavous's Ci-eek, waters of
Savannah River, containing t wo hundred
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of A.
Carpenter, H ammand Richardson. Fran
cis O'Connor and others.
Sold on a credit of twelve months.
Purchasers to give bond and approved se
curity, and a mortgage of the premises to
the Ordinary to secure the purchase inn
money. Costs to be paid inn cash.
H. B3OULWARE, S. E. D.
Sept. 10 4t 33
US receivedi 25 harrels fresh NORTH
ERN FLOUR, and for sale by
SIBLEY & CRAPON
IHamburg, July 23,.1845, tf 26.
B Y virtue of sundry writsof Fieri Fa
cias, to me directed. I will proceed
to sell in the Town of Rainbur.g, at the
American Hotelon Wednesday & Thurs
day, the first aid second days of October
next, the following property, to satisfy the
following Fi. Fas. to- wit :
W. W. Hitch, Administrator, Chas. I.
Glover. Indursee and others, vs. R. -IR.
Hunter, twenty beds, bedsteads and. bed
clothing, one dozen dreasing.-tables, one
dozen wash stands, one dozen bowls and
pitchers, one dozen looking glasses, one
dozen cane bottom chairs,. threedozen
widdsor chairs, two dozen common chairs,
three carpetb,. two settees, one set of di
ning tables, and sutidry other articles of
household and kitchen far'iure.
Terms of sale, Cash.
H. BOULWARE S. D.
September 10 4: 33
State of South Carolina,
John H. Miller. Harry B. )
Mead and Wite Applicants, I Summons in
vs. - - Partion:
Jane Miller and others,.
B Y an order from John Hill, Esqnire,
Ordiiary'of the. District aforesaid, I
will proceed to. sell at Edgefield Court
House, on, the First Monday in October
next. the lands belonging'to the Estate of
Jacoh Miller, deceasedi eontailing Foir
Hundred Acres, more or less, lying and
being in the State and District aforesaid,
on Beaver Dam.Creek, waters of.Culre
towni Creek, adioiniua lands of Dr. E.
Andrews. Hugh Moseley, James Shadrick,
Henry Shulnut and others. Sold on a
credit of twelve months. Purchasers will
be reqtiired to give hond and personal se
curity, and a mortgage of the premises to
the Ordinary to secure the purchaso mo
ney. Costs to be paid in cash: -
H. BOUL WARE, S E. D.
Se.pt 17 31 34
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CHA1 RLESTott, Alignstg5th, 1845.
By His EBrcellency WILLIA M A IKEN.
. Esq . Governor and- Commander in MWil
-in ana owe ft State of South Canrtlina.
H E REAS niformnation has been received
at this4 Departm vent, that an atrocious
murdler has been committed on the person of
JUH N BEXIS, Jailor (if Chepsterfielif District,
by three Ne-gro, fellows. (col'e,'- flir safe
keeping,) niamedl FRIDAY, HARRY liad
ISAA C, belonging to Alexander Forsyth. anid
that th said Negroes- haveeiapsd -from-Jail,
Now know ye, that to the- end jutcmiay be
hereby offer a rewird'1 sf itE TUNDRED oof7.1-ARS
for ekch. for their apprehension and dalivery,
into any Jail mn this State.
FRiDA Y is abouit 3M year* old. black com-.
wh rsiesinRihon C N U IA
is abont 30 yea s d ucae rmW o
aCarlston, t Auguast. inthe year4fou
By isExdllnctjWILLIAM AIKEN.
iR an. Pncknty, Srtae of Sth arte. a
GEESrenio aset, 1845.e
LA ts EpARt.seq.. hain ben aroius
urteda bi-e-Cn m ottnio the manerm-o
Chef .BIthI Jaora of ChesterfilantiCt.e
that tbe sbyaid eresphae eudotrly.
Borer fo the Caprhnsindder-C iery
ttanJAiltn t tandIspcorGnea
AFCIURT is aou RTIAwildl ba corn-e
iat 30hear old. prl'se ftr datheV 18th
Octote 85,ame whcoutme and placeY isp
atats Cit Come ae andquired roumm Wal
Gien tideo haend defaulthersea atemetae
Bat arson Pettst itd the yefarlterr
o ard, on-thodeigspectiedand. fothin
fien instteentieth yai Cofr Amerial.
By'nder of ent. WIOSEY, Aomm'Ng,
G. D. Miusy A ecetaryof te
September 17 t - 34
Poreienville Lagst iiotie.
F LLARE Pessqm heangdee apinth
e ated r egsted tosn tem ropmner-in-t
tewi hie obeye tim presced cord wgl nd
Byhoder of th Com aeslvsithids op
. GUTHER.DGE CATAY,
Mac - Autan an Ens extor-nea
URGIMA L NFRMRY.
A COURT be readyAt recille catiendb
nfrary is sittd Wl'natd the rga ai
Ocober Dep4t, ad wc-h ticmemdae Cmpou
to itnswitepand arn renre to tnty,~ lc
patienth. Aagoodenurse willibeei atgtenace
atalttimsd and gtrs .n al dealer
Norchargfet Cbe madEY o.muring
Gc.D butr ducattan adoertos
Durng helecuremths eient S.o C.o
vpember17arhofec y',ptiet 34 bl
~~Toha wle received. Journeand wloprte
upon byvany me of t Fa tie.rf
Ae Lpersonsha-n d-tisagis h
Prf~es of Johnry inUhetn, Me.dc C s
e*Atqusta tol preentthm prprl 7t
tesed witohida tetitmedpeiated by la, andl
thone who deanotagaintseve waih tEstote
wil shald then inmd tco reig toaiyte byt
oa Depot.e andext, achtmdate frombfor
be, ufr d surgclep ate.Etate.adoert
teualeELill b WATSON Adm.
rHE undersigned r
'"friends, that le has resuinedbthiafc
ture of COTTON GINSandntisianbidiiW-lf
fronr.his long experience in the busineis iza
ker ofthe celebrated June a Gias;to'rec
share of t-heir.patronaget. .
He deem it auseless to a A
with a long lis of ceftifitatesofre
i s to the citolii nsl
can assure'.them'that -e f
made by hiinself nit onie yhvibW
or returned; His.Gina
rials and *aiiadanted "Attachid: the s.' W
a Mote Ch6iiera'd eri eance rove
tu be a allible dddais pritove th
motes of any size. frompass8ng
the Cotton. TliABiihiIl eeI
dergoc 'jn**b isiderableiin'iterani
whole, his Gis n'eed.ul' -,
higpslya regcted.1'Panters -
Swa and Ribialhgiing U 0
byhfaltailf st~one::and. ep~~ly
cafo beforelh id
N1. B. RarMikt
Augusta, Ga.l.3a 't
VI HE Subscrib~rs epe
their friends and iki
that they are carrying on -
in all ii-hraicnessattib
Poitersville, where they-qre4SI -
for doinu all kinds ofUwo -
with neatness- andIdespach
i Suit the times" They 6.6
past favors. and 'opeby cod
iad strict attention to.busiieds a
liberalshare of their. paironid
- LdULI ;L
July 2'- L I
P. S Wagon wo irknd4a
Blacksmithing done at the ieu
F this lirbict, 'a neguo wanw'h
name is ELIHUi- and tithOeb M
Mr. William Davia,of Effingbaritou -
livinig within twenty-three vmhes' '
Said- lellow us abont five rg -
ion, and between 2W and 2W.yeas. -
No scars or. marks perceivable. He sa
owner bought isI frum a aeecilatofra , F
The owner is re ested i
prove property, - pay enargeja-iftt i
away, ot, he will .be dealt withice-ordu
aw. C. H G5,MN#1
August, 27. tf. ifWA,(
A LL Persons indebtedto: the Estate
A . Blackstone, jale f tie jn
requested. to.ifae paiyment by tlie Jat-otDe
cenaber, and all aving af denanda rap
Estate will hand tie nin accordzurito
the-above tiiej-it- which timethe subiri
desires to close the estate P.
THUS. 8; BAtEESE dii
tate of .buth o
Dat FELDJ DlS'10
IN, TOI V PIM "A S
vs- De n tac e
vs. . $ l
Enoch yne ia
and Harmau IHu
v. Decaratw enacmat.
Enoch Byne. -
vs. *.4Decla a iiind cmeu&
H armon H-ust.~
Qijdeon Dowse. ~
vs - Dec a in Ataci n n
liarmon [lH use.~
Wmn. ines, ''
vs. - DIechionu n Attach?7tonC -
Enuoch Byne - -~v
Benjamin E. G~ilstrapg' - fr.
vs. > Dpclarain'4
Enoch Byne and Auachmentt
-Elijah Bynle, - .
Andrew Kerr and "'
John Kerr, I Decfrragwnia 4~
urvivors. 9 - Z
vs. I Uachment.'~
Esnuch Byne. ) - ~~
James 5.- Blrowns-' "Dcecaration
vs.', k- n '
E noch Byne and ''Attahmit
liarmon liust. )
IS. B. Miller, y~
- vs. . D cn Attac At4 -
Harmon Hus - 6i
vs. '>Dec an Attui~hment .'
vs. . -Declarat ion izu
E nochi [Bne and; AhtaIaiment. ., i''
Elijahb[Byne. J) ..~
vs. Decl uownu
Enoch Byne " &'
John W. itheney, -T
Enoich' Byne and Attackniant'.- i4
H armon liiust. J .~. ..j~
Thomas.G. Jordain, 5 . -
Euioch Byne andI Atule xiistu.
H arnmon-Hut .4
vs. Del a
Enocha Byne and ( xth am
-Henry- I. oadley,
Enoch BDyne. f 4it'~f
TU H E Flaintifs'in the above
thisday filed their Dei
ollice.and the Delenats haisgefi
nor Attorney's skui tgsiew ot
limits of the State'onu Who
Declarations wzti'sai ile tdi
ved: It-is therefore o dretha ai
larations within a year and' a dartiite~'~
hereof,or final and 'abaglute ont 4e&
awarded.againist ther~ by d ut
Clerk' WOfileMiy 6thb.1845. lr
IKDGEFIELD -Ds5k. -
iN !l'IHj COMM(L/
: and Wm IH. Bjn
, HE Plaintiffin tiie ahio
I 'ingthisda diledhenr-4
office, and th'e defeinibs flg ajl..~
State op -aho c
day rromi zhejnblication of ti-ire~~Tsl~
add absolute Judgmtflllwill beascrdediu
THOMAS.G.4CO c e,
Clerk's 00licc 17th March-1845 -y 1